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String.deleteCharacters(characterSet)


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 9.0.0

 


String.deleteCharacters(characterSet)

Returns a copy of the string from which all instances of every discrete character in characterSet have been removed. For example:, if $MyString is "1Hello1 2world3";

$MyStringA = $MyString.deleteCharacters("1234567890"); 

would remove any digits from the target string, thus $MyStringA will be "Hello world", having removed two instances of '1', and a single instance of '2' and of '3'.

But were $MyString "Hello world: 45";

$MyStringA = $MyString.deleteCharacters("1234567890"); 

the result would be "Hello world: ". Importantly, note the trailing space as only the digits (i.e. characters in characterSet) have been removed.



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